Football Cash Builder Method Review

Cash Builder Method is a new sports betting tipster service which is operated by a tipster referred to simply as Craig. It is based around football and claims to be able to produce a substantial profit over the upcoming season.

Introduction to the Cash Builder Method

The World Cup is now well and truly over and done with however this doesn’t mean that the flurry of tipsters that claim to make a profit through football betting have gone away. In fact, at the time of writing this we are a week away from the start of the Premier League and English football getting into full swing.

As such, I anticipate a lot of football betting services to emerge over the coming month, although the first of them is Cash Builder Method. “The Cash Builder Method £20,000 guaranteed profit” proclaims the header for the service. This is a hell of a result if it can be delivered, even if Craig does go out of his way to say that this is based on staking £100 per point.

The problem with this kind of claim however is that it is very easy to make. With this in mind, let’s see whether or not Cash Builder Method can deliver.

What Does Cash Builder Method Offer?

Cash Builder Method is very typical, as far as football betting services go. What this means is that whilst you will not receive tips on a daily basis (in no small part down to the schedules of modern football), on game days Craig seems to suggest that you should get at least one bet.

Selections are sent directly out to Cash Builder Method subscribers via email on the day of the match, either in the AM or early/mid afternoon depending on when the game that is being tipped kicks off. The quality of these emails are generally of a passable standard.

Cash-builder-method-Football-reviewIn terms of the betting side of Cash Builder Method, Craig says that he exclusively bets on English football. This means that at the time of writing you can expect tips from the lower divisions imminently. There is also just one type of bet which is used which are Win Draw Win bets. These involve backing a team to win or draw, essentially cutting down the number of outcomes from 3 to 2.

This is entirely key to Cash Builder Method as I will explore a little below, although it does of course impact the odds of bets as well.

Craig has a very specific staking plan in place for Cash Builder Method and it comes as no surprise to me that this is based entirely around compounding. Essentially, your initial betting bank is split into 20 points. Every time that your betting bank increases by its initial value it seems (the way that this is described is very vague), your increase your stakes by essentially 1 point.

This means that if you started following Cash Builder Method with £200, your first bets would be £10. Then £20. And so on and so forth.

Obviously this kind of approach simply isn’t going to work if you lose often. Fortunately for us, Craig’s claims about how often Cash Builder Method wins are very impressive. Supposedly “about 15% of bets lose”. This number is based off an average strike rate over the last 3 seasons of 84.9%. Rather unfortunately, there is no proofing provided to back this claim up.

What is particularly frustrating is that Craig claims to have the past results for Cash Builder Method, he simply doesn’t want to share them.

How Does Cash Builder Method Work?

There is very little information provide really about how Cash Builder Method works. Craig says that he analyses his betting and improves on it. That he tracks where he went wrong so that he can avoid it in the future. Supposedly, all of this is also built on “weeks up on weeks doing research and watching games prior to every season starting”.

From here, he says that offering up his data will “lead to people trying to replicate my service for themselves” or even compete directly. The truth of the matter however is that from what I have seen of Cash Builder Method to date, the selections aren’t particularly insightful.

What is the Initial Investment?

There are two options if you want to sign up to Cash Builder Method. The first is a monthly subscription which is priced at £20 per month. It is worth noting that at the time of writing, you can also get your first 14 days of access for £10 I you choose this option. Alternatively, Craig offers access to his selections through Cash Builder Method for a full year for a cost of just £79.

Both options come with a full 60 day money back guarantee as Craig sells Cash Builder Method through Clickbank.

What is the Rate of Return?

Ultimately, how much you make from Cash Builder Method will depend on your initial betting bank. This is because despite the driving claim from Craig being £20,000 in a season, this is based on a £2,000 bank. Essentially, whatever your initial betting bank is, Craig claims that Cash Builder Method can increase it by at least 10 fold in a single football season.

Here are the claimed profits on Cash Builder:


Guaranteed? If only…

It is worth noting that the same methods that are behind Cash Builder Method supposedly turned £2,000 into over £32,000 in 2016/17 and £44,000 in 2017/18. It is important to keep in mind that there is nothing backing these claims up.

Conclusion on the Cash Builder Method

It is always frustrating when the marketing approach taken by a service is as obtuse as Craig is with Cash Builder Method. Without getting too into the ins and outs of this, he claims to have a service that works. If I am open minded, I will even go as far as to say that I can see how you could potentially increase your initial betting bank 10 fold with compounding. I have certainly seen similar results from other services. There is however one big difference.

I have said many times before now (although perhaps not recently) that evidence is king in this game and I don’t see why Craig is so unwilling to publish his results. If I may be frank, picking a team out to win or draw is not a massive skill. The fact is that in almost any league, there are teams who are easy picks and common sense would dictate most of them will win. With no evidence to the contrary, I can only conclude that this is the approach that Craig takes.

All of this is concerning however the nail in the coffin of Cash Builder Method isn’t something that is found in the sales material or Craig’s claims. Instead, it boils down to the fact that the person who is marketing Cash Builder Method has released numerous other tipster services in the last 12 months. 4, if we are being precise.

This leads me to believe that rather than being any genuine system, Cash Builder Method is predominantly concerned with selling itself to people who perhaps don’t know any better.

From start to finish there have been things relating to Cash Builder Method that don’t quite add up. This always sets alarm bells ringing and whilst I am happy to admit that  can’t always put my finger on why, enough research will usually turn up some evidence. Even when the tipsters selling these services won’t play ball. The fact that  service has no evidence provided whatsoever that it works, despite Craig saying that he does have logs recorded etc. is just too much.

With all of this in mind, Cash Builder Method simply isn’t something that I can bring myself to recommend.



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From: Simon Roberts